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1. The term 'partner' requires careful definition.
2. The shool governing body meets once a term.
3. His life had reached its natural term.
4. Morris was re-elected for a third term.
5. We have to do anatomy next term.
6. What does the term 'patrician' signify?
7. I'll be teaching history and sociology next term.
8. We have a new timetable each term .
9. Long - term savers qualify for a cash bonus.
10. Sulphur-containing compounds are often prefixed by the term "thio".
11. He has no right to term himself an expert.
12. The term 'mental illness' is difficult to define.
13. His progress this term has been satisfactory.
14. An American President's term of office is four years.
15. He had his jail term cut for good behaviour.
16. The pupils disliked the extension of the term.
17. The term "black hole" is of very recent origin.
18. He received a prison term for drunk driving.
19. Gina's grades have improved marginally since last term.
20. The Government is elected for a five-year term of office.
21. 'Register' is the term commonly used to describe different levels of formality in language.
22. Short term contracts are now the norm with some big companies.
23. The court doomed the accused to a long term of imprisonment.
24. Next term we shall study plants and how they grow.
25. Success is a relative term. It brings so many relatives.
26. She was awarded her colours for hockey/her hockey colours at the end of term.
27. They suffer from health problems and fear the long term effects of radiation.
27. Sentencedict.com try its best to collect and make good sentences.
28. The governor has declared his innocence and says he plans to serve out his term.
29. The UN were faced with an ignominious withdrawal or a long - term military presence.
30. There is considerable dispute over the precise definition of 'social class' as a term.
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